NLRB Halts Public Input on Construction Industry Bargaining – Bloomberg Law

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Halts Public Input on Construction Industry BargainingBloomberg LawThe National Labor Relations Board has stopped collecting public input in a case with the potential to rework or overturn key precedents on collective bargaining in the construction industry, signaling the board may abandon that issue for now. The NLRB … …read more

Conservative groups call on Senate to reject Trump nominee to NLRB – Washington Times

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

Washington TimesConservative groups call on Senate to reject Trump nominee to NLRBWashington TimesConservative groups are urging a Senate committee to reject President Trump’s nomination of Democrat Mark Pearce to another five-year term on the National Labor Relations Board, saying he has a record of “overreaching” the agency’s authority in support … …read more

NLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer Favor – The National Law Review

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer FavorThe National Law ReviewThe NLRB has been in a period of dormancy. When the make-up of the Board changed, a lot of people expected an onslaught of NLRB decisions reversing the reversals of precedent made by the agency in the last 8 years. Except for a couple of […]

In-N-Out Can Block Fight For $15 Buttons, Legal Group Says – Law360

On October 15, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

In-N-Out Can Block Fight For $15 Buttons, Legal Group SaysLaw360The free market legal advocacy group said the underlying NLRB doctrine presuming that customer-facing workers can wear pro-labor items violates the U.S. Constitution by putting workers’ labor rights above employers’ free speech rights. In-N-Out’s cert … …read more

NLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer Favor – Labor Relations Update

On October 15, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

Labor Relations UpdateNLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer FavorLabor Relations UpdateThe NLRB has been in a period of dormancy. When the make-up of the Board changed, a lot of people expected an onslaught of NLRB decisions reversing the reversals of precedent made by the agency in the last 8 years. Except for a couple […]